Google Classrooms


Title

Google Classrooms

Author

Marie Carlsson, Maria Simbotin

Name of school

Lindängeskolan

Description

50 students, Age: 8-9 years, Multicultural classroom

Goals

Students learn to handle different digital tools that will facilitate their knowledge development

Methods

– Teachers issue instructions step by step so that students always have access to them during the course of work;
– paddle: to brainstorm ideas;
– The elves can be assigned tasks and can write in documents as well as insert pictures;
– Teachers can write comments to enable students to develop their texts or work on them;
– The students take part in the information from different sources / media that the teacher presents (texts, short films, etc.);
– The students use different websites to test / train their subject knowledge;
– Students can do digital tests / tests with multiple answer options using Soccrative or Google tools.

Materials

Google Account, Computers, Internet Access, Smartboard or Projector to instruct students in the tasks

Assessment

Students learn to use different digital tools, which will then help students in their knowledge development. This way of working facilitates the individual’s individual development process and gives the teacher several opportunities to adapt teaching more effectively.

ICT

See Methods and assessment.
Students can be assigned tasks that can be worked with topic-integrated. More teachers can collaborate on assessments and feedback as well as how the student’s further development work will be structured.

eTwinning

Mobility

Students create the material themselves using the digital tools provided to them.

Stakeholders

Parents are given the opportunity to review the child’s knowledge development.

Success

It will make it easier for teachers to adapt teaching for students in need of additional adjustments. For example. can students use intowords to get help with spelling and to listen to texts that others have written, use google translate if the students are bilingual.
The student can always return to the instructions. This facilitates the use of image support.
Students do not have to wait for everyone to be done but can always find another task or task.

Head-teacher

Teachers

It will make it easier for teachers to adapt teaching for students in need of additional adjustments. For example. can students use intowords to get help with spelling and to listen to texts that others have written, use google translate if the students are bilingual.
The student can always return to the instructions. This facilitates the use of image support.
Students do not have to wait for everyone to be done but can always find another task or task.

Pupils

Should we work with the computers today!
Can we play geo-game?

Multimedia

Country

Sweden

Subject

Cross curricular

Age

8, 9